Simone de Beauvoir t-shirt represented as Rosie the Riveter. Rosie the Riveter is the icon of the famous political poster produced during WWII. By making Rosie say “we can do it”, this poster aimed to stimulate the work force of women while the men were at the front lines. This image has since been taken over by the feminist movement to make it a symbol of the emancipation of women. To complete the transformation of this image, Simone de Beauvoir is replacing Rosie. This is a way to show that women do not only have their place in industrial sectors traditionally reserved for men, but that they also have their place in philosophy and in the intellectual world in general.
This T-shirt is printed on organic cotton (certified). The T-shirt also comes from USA factories (sweatshop free).
The gray T-shirt is only available in unisex sizes. The white one is available in both unisex and women sizes.
To have a better idea of the sizes, see the charts a little lower. The lenght is calculated from the back collar till the end of the back. The width is mesured under armpits.
Lenght x width
S: 70 cm x 46 cm
M: 73 cm x 51 cm
L: 76 cm x 56 cm
XL: 78 cm x 61 cm
XXL 80 cm x 66 cm
Lenght x width
S: 64,7 cm x 43,8 cm
M: 66 cm x 48,9 cm
L: 68,5 cm x 54 cm
XL: 71 cm x 59 cm
3-5 business days
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Feb 19, 2021
Good material, nice print, and it's Simone de Beauvoir! How cool is that!?